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Use the Description and Notes fields in a group s Properties dialog box to document the purpose of the group. The Managed By tab enables you to specify a user or group that is responsible for a group. You can also select the Manager Can Update Membership List check box to delegate membership management to the user or group indicated on the Managed By tab. To delegate the management of group membership, you grant the Allow Write Members permission.
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Use the Protect Object From Accidental Deletion check box to prevent the potential security and management problems created when a group is accidentally deleted. Windows Server 2008 and Active Directory contain default groups with significant permissions and user rights. You should not add users to the default domain groups that do not already have members (Account Operators, Backup Operators, Print Operators, and Server Operators), and you should seriously restrict membership in other service administration groups (Enterprise Admins, Domain Admins, Schema Admins, and Administrators). Special identities such as Authenticated Users, Everyone, Interactive, and Network can be used to assign rights and permissions. Their membership is determined by the operating system and cannot be viewed or modified.
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You can use the following questions to test your knowledge of the information in Lesson 3, Administering Groups in an Enterprise. The questions are also available on the companion CD if you prefer to review them in electronic form.
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Answers to these questions and explanations of why each answer choice is right or wrong are located in the Answers section at the end of the book.
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1. Your company is conducting a meeting for a special project. The data is particularly confidential. The team is meeting in a conference room, and you have configured a folder on the conference room computer that grants permission to the team members. You want to ensure that team members access the data only while logged on to the computer in the conference room, not from other computers in the enterprise. What must you do A. Assign the Allow Read permission to the Interactive group. B. Assign the Allow Read permission to the team group. C. Assign the Deny Traverse Folders permission to the team group. D. Assign the Deny Full Control permission to the Network group.
Lesson 3: Administering Groups in an Enterprise
2. You want to allow a user named Mike Danseglio to add and remove users from a group called Special Project. Where can you configure this permission A. The Members tab of the group B. The Security tab of Mike Danseglio s user object C. The Member Of tab of Mike Danseglio s user object D. The Managed By tab of the group 3. Which of the following groups can shut down a domain controller (Choose all that apply.) A. Account Operators B. Print Operators C. Backup Operators D. Server Operators E. Interactive
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Review
To further practice and reinforce the skills you learned in this chapter, you can perform the following tasks:
Review the chapter summary. Review the list of key terms introduced in this chapter. Complete the case scenario. This scenario sets up a real-world situation involving the topics of this chapter and asks you to create a solution. Complete the suggested practices. Take a practice test.
Summary
Group scopes (global, universal, domain local, and universal) define group characteristics related to membership, replication, and availability of the group. In an enterprise, role-based management suggests that groups should be viewed as either defining a role or defining a business rule. Role groups are generally implemented as global groups, and rules are defined using domain local groups. A group s member attribute is a multivalued attribute containing the DNs of the group s members. Each member s memberOf attribute is automatically updated to reflect changes in membership. When you add a user to a group, you are always changing the group s member attribute. The memberOf attribute, which is read-only, is called a backlink. You can delegate the management of group membership by assigning the Allow Write Members permission, which grants write permission to the member attribute. Directory Services tools such as Dsquery, Dsget, and Dsmod can be used to list, create, and modify groups and their membership. CSVDE and LDIFDE can import and export groups. Additionally, LDIFDE can modify the membership of existing groups. The Dsadd, Dsmove, and Dsrm commands can add, move, and delete groups, respectively.
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